Good Morning Campers,
What a week! First of all, the little Willow Dragon has become the most littlest of scamps! What fun she is. As I am typing this, late on Wednesday as you probably guessed because I have been busy catching up from my busiest of weeks, she is sound asleep on my feet behind my laptop.
It’s been raining all week and we’ve determined that she really, really doesn’t like the rain. And our house training has suffered a little bit because of it. But, that’s all right, we’ll get it worked out.
Got some bad news this week. A very good friend of mine, a military member, took his own life last Friday. I didn’t find out about it until Monday. He left behind a wife and two young girls. I really don’t understand why or what was going on. And it bothers me that, considering that we were friends, that I DIDN’T know why or what was going on. Now, I get to go to his visitation tomorrow and his mass on Friday.
Australia is in upheaval. Pete, you need to write and let me know how you’re doing brother. From what I’ve seen with the authorities firing rubber bullets at peaceful protestors and arresting people for bring food into the cities, it seems like the place is going to hell in a hand basket.
And Biden is again not allowed to answer questions in the Oval office … is it because he’s unable to and the aides know it? Geez folks, what the hell is going on in our country?
We really need to laugh, don’t you think?
Chuck Norris has been exposed to the Coronavirus ….
…. the virus is now in quarantine for 2 weeks.
She says I keep pushing her buttons. If that were true, I would have found “mute” by now.
What’s that song about being a rose … yeah baby … that’s me!
The Institute of Unfinished Research has concluded that 6 out of 10 people
Ahhh … the feeling of freedom …
I love this joke …
So, I was at the bar last night and the waitress screamed, “Anyone know CPR?”
I said, “Hell, I know the entire alphabet.”
Everyone laughed … well, except this one guy.
I know, it’s kind of sick, but I still laughed.
A woman noticed her husband standing on the bathroom scale, sucking in his stomach. “Ha! That’s not going to help,” she said.
“Sure, it does,” he said. “It’s the only way I can see the numbers.”
There should be more of this in the world.
Just asked Siri, “Surely it’s not going to rain today?”
She said, “It will, and don’t call me Shirley.”
I forgot to take my phone off Airplane mode.
Maybe I should have paid more attention to this one.
There will always be someone who can’t see your worth.
Don’t let it be you.
And that’s it my friends. Until we meet again, may your days be filled with love and happiness.
sorry that ur friend died. my best friend did that yrs ago n still miss her.prayers n hugs
So sorry to heat about your friend. I cannot imagine the amount of pain someone must be in that death seems to be the only way out. My love and prayer to you and especially to his family. They don’t realize the questions and anguish that is left behind.
Hi, Aussie Pete is doing O.K. I live in Queensland which has been fairly free of covid, earthquakes and idiot protesters, because our Premier has closed our southern border and wont let any of these into our beautiful state. I’ve had my two jabs of Astra so I guess my chances of getting the virus is reduced, and if I did cop it hopefully not as severely as needing hospital care. So, all in all mate, I’m living the dream. Give Willow a pat for me. Keep smiling. A.P.